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Twin cities' students top FBISE exam

ISLAMABAD, Aug 3: Students from the twin cities have captured top positions in all groups of the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part II annual examination of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) Islamabad.

According to the results announced on Thursday, an overwhelming 80 per cent students have been declared successful in the examination held in May this year.

In total, 41,128 students had appeared in the exam, of whom 32,558 were declared pass in all their subjects.

Mohammad Talha Malik of the F.G. Sir Syed College, Rawalpindi Cantt, clinched the overall first position by securing 1,021 marks followed by Mehwish Imtiaz of F.G Degree College for Women, Wah Cantt, with 1,012 marks and Nisar-i-Fatima Changezi of Sardar Muhammad Latif Khan Changezi Garrison Academy, Quetta Cantt, with 1,008 marks.

In the pre-engineering group, Muhammad Talha Malik stood first with 1,021 marks followed by Sheheera Ismail of the Army Public School and College, Rawalpindi and M. Ansar Iqbal of Fazaia Inter College, Sargodha, with 991 and 980 marks, respectively.

In the pre-medical group, girls grabbed the top two positions. Mehwish Imtiaz of the F.G Degree College for Women, Wah Cantt grabbed the first position with 1,012 marks and Nisar-i-Fatima Changezi of Sardar Muhammad Latif Khan Changezi Garrison Academy, Quetta Cantt, and Ali Ahsan Azeem of Army Public School and College, Jhelum Cantt, clinched the second and third position with 1,008 and 994 marks.

Similarly, in the science general group girls outperformed boys in the top three positions. Saima Khan of F.G. College for Women, Rawalpindi Cantt, secured the first position with 949 marks while the second and third position went to Tooba Salahuddin of Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Arab Pakistan School, Abu Dhabi, and Saba Munir of Islamabad College for Girls, F-6/2, who obtained 948 and 926 marks, respectively.

In commerce group, Sobia Batool of Punjab College of Commerce got first position by securing 898 marks, while Ambreen Khan and Rohail Naeem of Rawalpindi College of Commerce stood second and third with 895 and 874 marks.

Hafiz Zafar Mehmood Sadozai of Institute of Islamic Sciences, Satra Meel, Islamabad, obtained 917 marks in humanities group and remained first, while Amina Javaid of Fauji Foundation College for Girls got second position with 915 marks followed by Hafiz Asad Ali of Institute of Islamic Sciences, Satra Meel, with 912 marks at third position.

According to an official announcement, this year 23 unfair means cases were reported and the board said it followed a judicious procedure to decide all the cases. In all these cases, personal hearing was ensured.

The HSSC supplementary examination would start on October 17 and those who want to appear in the exam should submit their forms by August 23.

All those students who want to improve their grade or marks can do so by reappearing in up to two subjects of their choice or can appear in part-I or part-II or both the parts within one year after the declaration of their results.

Students who have failed in more than two subjects have to appear in all subjects as fresh candidates, while those failing in only two subjects are required to clear them in two allowed chances. Dawn
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